Skidmore College Health Services provides a wide range of primary healthcare services. Our staff of skilled clinicians and support personnel are committed to the concepts of wellness and prevention and provide quality treatment should you become ill. Your years at Skidmore are an ideal time to establish healthy behaviors that could have a positive impact on the rest of your life. We welcome your calls and visits.
FLU SHOTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE!
This year all vaccines are the standard dose trivalent vaccine and are latex and preservative-free.
Health Services will offer the flu vaccine on a walk-in basis Mondays-Fridays 9AM-5PM, closed 12-1PM.
Due to limited staffing, no vaccines will be given during Sunday hours.
The cost of the vaccine is $20.00 and can be paid by cash, Skidmore debit card, or
charging to your student account.
FACULTY & STAFF
Flu vaccines are available on a walk-in basis Mondays-Fridays 9AM-5PM, closed 12-1PM.
There will be a $20.00 charge per shot that may be paid in cash, check (made payable to Skidmore College) or to a Skidmore declining balance account (Skid ID card). We do not accept the Skidmore Flexible Benefits card however, receipts are available upon request for reimbursement.
If you have questions about whether you should get a flu vaccine, consult your health-care provider.
Feel free to call Health Services at ext. 5550 with any questions or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flu - information from the CDC website regarding this year's vaccine and predictions for the flu season.
- O'Tom Tick Twisters available for $3.00. Removes ticks from humans, dogs, cats and
- Payment options include cash, Skidmore ID Declining Balance Card, or Student Account
(Tuition Bill). Skidmore College Health Insurance covers most immunizations, birth
control and STD testing. NO CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED.
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Confidentiality - All records are confidential.
No information will be released without the student's written permission. The one exception to this is in a life-threatening situation when it may be necessary to release information on a need-to-know basis.
Students may obtain a Release of Information form from the Health Services office.